Do you like musicals? You’re not the only one. And a new campaign from the Official London Theater and the Mayor of London’s ‘Spring into London’ is spreading the feel-good vibes from your favorite shows… Photo: Official London Theatre/Deen van Meer London’s official theater has extended its annual New Year’sRead More →

news, latest news, Illawarra creator Anne-Louise Rentell’s highly anticipated musical theater work is playing this week at Port Kembla Pool. Return of the Sirens is a unique offering for theatergoers, as guests receive wireless headphones to hear the dialogue and music unfold as the sun sets. I attended Monday night’sRead More →

Charlie Chaplin, which was deemed unsuitable for a college theater company production. Photo / Provided A week after enthusiastically announcing Chaplin: The Musical as its spring show, the University of Canterbury Musical Theater Society (MUSOC) canceled the scheduled performance after concerns were raised about its scandalous past. Announcing that TheRead More →

Remember when Toronto came together in a time of disruption, when neighbors spoke to each other for the first time, and we got a whole new perspective on what loneliness and togetherness means? That might describe the last 15 months of the COVID-19 pandemic, but Torontonians may also recognize theRead More →

Dozens of New York-based theater organizations have received grants from the New York State Council on the Arts, including the National Black Theatre, The Actors Fund, the Manhattan Theater Club, and the Roundabout Theater Company. Several grants included commission-only funds, such as the $10,000 Signature Theater Company grant for BrandenRead More →

Dozens of New York-based theater organizations have received grants from the New York State Council on the Arts, including the National Black Theatre, The Actors Fund, the Manhattan Theater Club, and the Roundabout Theater Company. Several grants included commission-only funds, such as the $10,000 Signature Theater Company grant for BrandenRead More →

The winners have been announced for the 2020 BroadwayWorld Boise Awards – which were back bigger than ever, celebrating the best in local theater of the past decade! The public submitted the nominees and voted for their favorites. Check out the results below! The 2020 BroadwayWorld Regional Awards are presentedRead More →

Songs from “The Wiz,” “West Side Story,” Godspell” and “Flight” performed by members of LSU’s Musical Theater Club entertained the Baton Rouge Music Club and guests at the annual scholarship luncheon. group studies on March 22. Welcoming everyone was the president of the club Victor Klimachwho presented Todd McQueen, deanRead More →